Complete coverage of the latest Material Handling technologies with a focus on plastic and nestable pallet totes and wire and mesh bulk containers.
Posted 07/14 · 08:18 PM · LM Editorial
While many shippers are concerned about the progress (or lack thereof) in West Coast labor relationships, ocean carriers serving the trade have expressed optimism by announcing a proposed rate hike.
Posted 07/10 · 03:49 PM · LM Editorial
At issue in Southern California is what truckers maintain are unfair labor practices — being treated as independent contractors rather than employees.
Posted 07/10 · 02:07 PM · LM Editorial
Maersk and MSC have signed a 10-year contract deal to share vessels on some of the world's busiest trade routes.
Posted 07/07 · 07:19 PM · LM Editorial
Hamburg Sud and Evergreen finished closely behind in the AgTC voting, and were also recognized for their superior performance. Congratulations to all three.
Posted 07/03 · 08:51 AM · MMH Editorial
Third bolt-on acquisition to material handling segment in the last two years.
Posted 07/01 · 11:19 AM · MMH Editorial
Former distribution segment general manager to focus on Akro-Mils business in storage and safety products.
Posted 06/26 · 03:46 PM · LM Editorial
The Agriculture Transportation Coalition’s 26th annual meeting convenes in San Francisco today, as shippers confront a whole host of new challenges.
Posted 06/23 · 08:13 AM · LM Editorial
While U.S. shippers may have been surprised by China’s decision to oppose the P3 Network, there had been rumblings of discontent voiced by their counterparts in Hong Kong for some time.
Posted 06/17 · 05:37 PM · LM Editorial
China's Ministry of Commerce – citing anti-trust concerns – noted that the P3 Netword would control 47% of the Asia-to-Europe container shipping market, and failed to demonstrate that it would bring more benefit than harm to shippers’ interest.
Posted 06/17 · 10:24 AM · LM Editorial
Port productivity (or lack thereof) is becoming a key issue in the current negotiations for a new labor contract covering nearly 20,000 dockworkers.